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Regan Smith

Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year.
Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year. « Show less

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  • Paul Menard wins Brickyard 400 for first Sprint Cup victory

    Paul Menard wins Brickyard 400 for first Sprint Cup victory
    As the fortunate son of a billionaire retailer, Paul Menard parlayed his father's support to drive in NASCAR's premier Sprint Cup Series. But success came slowly. In four full seasons, the low-key Menard had no wins and only two top-five finishes, and...
  • Paul Menard stretches fuel to win Brickyard 400

    Years ago, as a garage rat at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Paul Menard dreamed of winning a race at the vaunted Brickyard. On Sunday, the dream came true. In a season full of improbable first-time winners in NASCAR’s foremost races, Menard, 30,...
  • The Backstretch Blog: Countdown to the Season, Sprint Cup the Best of the Rest

    The Backstretch Blog: Countdown to the Season, Sprint Cup the Best of the Rest
    Welcome back on the Backstretch. We continue our countdown to the start of the season. Today we move to the Sprint Cup Series and a look at the best of the rest. Those are the drivers I rank 13-30, those that have a chance of winning a race and...
  • Martin nabs pole at Phoenix

    Martin nabs pole at Phoenix
    Veteran Mark Martin will start on the pole at Phoenix International Raceway.     Regan Smith was in line for his first career pole, but Martin passed him late in Saturday's qualifying session with a top speed of 136.81 mph for his 52nd career pole.    ...
  • Greg Biffle wins pole at Bristol Motor Speedway

    Greg Biffle wins pole at Bristol Motor Speedway
    Greg Biffle has won the pole for Sunday's race at Bristol Motor Speedway, maintaining his strong start to the season.     Biffle turned a lap of 125.215 mph in his Roush Fenway Racing Ford during Friday's qualifying session. He is the Sprint Cup Series...
  • Brad Keselowski scores repeat Bristol win, Bowyer is forth

    Brad Keselowski scores repeat Bristol win, Bowyer is forth
    NASCAR racing has a new Ice Man. As he completed the final lap of his victory in Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Brad Keseloswki needled Paul Wolfe, his crew chief. "Paul, are you nervous?" Keselowski radioed to Wolfe, his voice...
  • Kasey Kahne confident he'll turn around his season

    Kasey Kahne confident he'll turn around his season
    Kasey Kahne waited nearly two years between signing a contract with NASCAR's winningest team and finally climbing into his new ride. So far, the wait was hardly worth it. Kahne has opened the season with a month of wrecks, mistakes and disappointing...
  • NASCAR bans power tools in transferring fuel

    NASCAR bans power tools in transferring fuel
    NASCAR has banned the use of power tools when teams are transferring fuel. The decision Thursday is in response to a fuel fire next to Regan Smith's hauler at Talladega Superspeedway. The fire broke out as spouts from gas cans were being removed so...
  • The Backstretch Blog: All we are saying, is give Mears a chance

    The Backstretch Blog: All we are saying, is give Mears a chance
    Ok, first I have to put out their my obvious bias. I grew up a Rick Mears fan. And before I set my sights on being a NASCAR journalist, I was a Casey Mears fan. I unapologetically root for one of the nicest people in the garage area. That being said,...
  • Drivers get their first look at the new Kansas Speedway

    Drivers get their first look at the new Kansas Speedway
    Several NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams took to the newly reconfigured Kansas Speedway today and the reviews are in – and they have been pretty positive as teams navigate the variable banking for the first time. “I think they did a really nice...
  • Furniture Row hires Kurt Busch for '13

    Furniture Row hires Kurt Busch for '13
    Furniture Row Racing has hired Kurt Busch to drive for the Colorado-based team in 2013.     Busch will replace Regan Smith in the No. 78 Chevrolet.     Busch was the 2004 NASCAR champion, but he split with Penske Racing at the end of last season because...